WASSUP '09: Mosseri Masters The 2-7 Triple Draw
July 2, 2021

Abe Mosseri, a well known face on the poker circuit, finally earned his first World Series of Poker bracelet recently in Event #55- the $2,500 buy-in, Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw Lowball.

To earn the bracelet, Mosseri had to outlast a total field of 258 players (many of whom were well known pros) and a Day 3 that included Nam Le (9th), Blair Rodman (5th) and WSOP-E Main Event champion John Juanda (4th).  For the first place finish Abraham earned $165,521.

Other players who finished deep in Event #55 include Hasan Habib (18th), Jacobo Fernandez (10th) and PokerRoad's own Daniel Negreanu (16th).

The final table finish positions for Event #55- $2,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball (Limit), were as follows:

1st.  Abraham Mosseri- $165,521

2nd.  Masayoshi Tanaka- $102,313

3rd.  Julie Schneider-  $66,285

4th.  John Juanda- $44,941

5th.  Blair Rodman- $31,818

6th.  Brad Libson- $23,484

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Story by Mark Anderson

Sweet Tweets* from Day 3 of Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw.

Congratulations to @DonkeyBomber's wife Julie for making Day 3 (final 9 players) in #WSOP55 ($2,500 Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw). Woo-hoo!
-BJ Nemeth

Team pokerat representin at final table. Go mrs "crazy lady" @donkeybomber in #wsop55

Juanda eliminates Rodman. Down to 4 players. Julie Schneider is 1 person closer, but a Long way to go

Congrats to Abe Mosseri for winning the $2,500 Limit Deuce to Seven Triple Draw! Abe takes home over 129K and a #wsop bracelet!

*A sampling of Twitter posts from Event #55, courtesy of the
PokerRoad Nation.

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